Lobbyists with banking and thrift trade groups say President Clinton's budget-reduction plan would not be a total bust for the banking industry.

In fact, the industry has won victories on several fronts. It thwarted an effort to increase exam fees for state-chartered banks. The measure would have raised more than $1 billion over five years.

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